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dave camp introduces his tax reform proposal. obama ist, president in minneapolis to discuss transportation infrastructure funding. later, a hearing on new irs rules regarding tax-exempt status for nonprofit organizations. >> house ways and means committee chairman dave camp announced a new tax reform proposal today. chairman cap is calling for ending deductions for state and local taxes. this briefing is when he minutes. >> hello and good afternoon. there have been so many changes to the tax code over the last day,e, more than one every that it is now 10 times the size of the bible with none of the good news. i know that seems like an old joke now. you may have heard it several times. when i travel around michigan or anywhere around the country, it still gets a pretty good laugh. as i listen to hard-working taxpayers talk about how we need to simplify and six our broken outdated tax code. what isn't funny is the impact washington's constant tinkering with the tax code has had on our economy and our families. we don't have to look long before we see but the current tax code h
. \s. >>> the bail is off, major new supply-side pro-growth tax reform plans, that's from ways and means chairman dave kamf. and i don't understand why top republican leaders are trashing it. congressman camp will join us live tonight to talk about his plan. >>> also this even harry reid says all the well-documented stories of obamacare paying enough people are not true. really, mr. leader? he blames the koch brothers. >>> we have another horror story to tell you about. wait until you see the confusing, even threatening obamacare tax language in the new tax forms that no one understands. the down side of marijuana is out there. while everyone focuses on the financial effect of colorado's legal pot industry, tonight cnbc will premiere a new documentary that also looks at the dangers of this gateway drug and the serious challenge now facing colorado's parents. all those stories and much more coming up in "the kudlow report" beginning right now. ♪ good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." we are live here at 7:00 p.m. eastern, 4:00 p.m. pacific. we h
everyone. thank you all for coming marx coming up, remarks by governor jan brewer. a tax reform proposal. -- the president is in minneapolis to discuss transportation and infrastructure funding. >> on the next washington journal, congressman phil roe on the gop alternative to the alternative -- obamacare. and later, nbc news correspondent harry smith talks about his documentary looking at marijuana in colorado. washington journal is live every morning at 7:00 eastern. you can share your thoughts on facebook and twitter. >> federal reserve chairman janet yellen testifies before the senate taking committee thursday. the first time since being confirmed to lead the central bank. you can watch it live at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span three. you can also join the conversation on facebook and twitter. >> blown out and broke. year in, year out. they fought the worst drought in history. they stopped, choked to death on arrenaron lined. -- b land. many were ahead of them, but then he stayed. hopes, andinery, credit were gone. resettlement.s. administration documentary "the ins."that the plao sunda
negatively impacted taxes imposed upon one of its most dynamic job creators, the medical device industry. how ironic that you go to talk about creating jobs and economic growth, at the same time a proposal, a provision that was incorporated in the so-called affordable care act imposed a -- an egregious excise tax on not the profits but on the sales receipts of medical device companies simply as a pay-for for the obamacare act. as i said, indiana and minnesota, are home to many of the country's largest medical device manufacturers. in fact, my state of indiana exported more than $9.7 billion in life science products, including medical devices, and is second in the country, only to california, in terms of exports of life science products. so it's very important to our state and we have over 300 f.d.a. registered medical device manufacturers. some of them large, some of them small. they employ 20,000 hoosiers directly with an indirect support by nearly 30,000 more. so it's not a small thing for our state. it's one of the, pardon the pun, cutting-edge industries producing devices that improve the
-class including expansion of the air and income tax credit for workers without children and in addition to the immediate steps the president has set out of range of ideas to invest in education and quick workers for the skills they will need for years to come, measures that help us grow and help ensure that that growth is widely shared. so in conclusion, i would say that the challenges we face are substantial. we continue to have some of the short run challenges, but the bigger ones are the ones that have been building up over the last decade, the slower productivity growth in the postwar years and the increase in inequality. a lot is in place to have more stability and certainty. i think that by itself will be a major help to the economy, but they're is a lot more the weekend should do. i would describe some of that ambitious agenda in my remarks here today and would be happy to discuss more of it in answer to any questions you may have. [applause] >> ken simonson. one of the most unborn things that its share of economic advisers can do is educate an advocate for good, federal statisti
on sale on amazon. they will need to pay taxes on the wealth, likely a million. but they don't want to change their lifestyle and will donate to charity and keep a few coins as keepsakes. >> good for them. that is a great story. don't you want to know the background of who actually put those coins in those canisters and hid them? i wonder why. it would be interesting if they go figure it out. >> it is big mystery >> i'm going to go home and dig up the backyard. >> you never know what you wofi will find. >> new action in the irs profiling scandal. who the lawmakers are hearing from now. plus, president obama with his on the economy taking his job push on the road. and we will talk to senator john thune about it all. thune about it all. that allows you to eat all that you can. filled with water. and the best dot com for booking hotels, is hotels.com. it's on the internet, but you probably knew that. or maybe not, i don't really know you. bellman: welcome back, captain obvious. captain obvious: yes i am. all those words are spelled correctly. jenna: well the president heading to minnea
about tax reform. but today, one republican congressman is trying to change that. correspondent doug mckelway is here with specifics. >> good evening, bret. house ways and means committee chairman has been working to simplify our massive tax code. it's so complex, camp believes it hinders growth. >> i don't think we can afford to wait. i can't settle for an economy that grows at 2%. >> camp unveiled his proposal that includes 228 provisions of the existing tax code. it flattens into two brackets of 10% and 25% for all taxable income. it creates a standard deduction of $11,000 for individuals, $22,000 for married couples. and it ups the child tax credit to $1,500. it also repealed the alternative minimum tax and simplifies the tax of investment income. but in a town that lives and breathes through tax loopholes carved out by special interest, his plan is coming under heavy fire. >> it's a nightmare for accountants and attorneys, once they stop objecting to the provisions, they'll a lot less work to do. >> one such organization said, it's quote, disappointing that he chose to single out p
into the marketplace to shop for coverage are often surprised by. financial assistance is available in two forms. tax credits which reduce the cost of premiums and are available to anyone with incomes between 100% and 400% of the federal poverty level. cost sharing reductions are additional assistance available to a subset of those folks, between 100 and 250% of the federal poverty level and those cost sharing reductions fill in the gaps and deductibles and co-pays in health insurance product that people buy. so together tax credits and cautionary reductions provide the core of what the marketplace adds to the health insurance market that financial assistance making coverage affordable for lower and middle income families. to date 82% of the people who have enrolled in a plan through the health insurance marketplace are receiving financial assistance, tax credits orcusion nary re -- or cautionary reductions or both. that number started out low and we've seen tremendous exc acceleration and now the vast majority of people signing up are receiving financial assistance to make that coverage more afforda
, there are talks about tax credits, there are talks about reducing the number on medicaid but allowing home to have vouchers so it depends on which alternative you're talking about. >> sure you'll talk much more about this later. jake tapper, many thanks. >> thank you. >>> other top stories we're following at 32 minutes past the hour, in arizona gay rights protesters say they will rally through the night as they call on the governor to veto a bill that is drawing national criticism. some lawmakers who voted for the bill proclaiming it protects religious rights. they are now seeking a veto citing new concerns over discrimination. >>> in the debate, yes, i heard all that but in the debate you hear arguments every day about this one is wrong, that one is wrong, and believed that kind of fit into my position that now when i look back on it, you know, they were right in what they were saying. i have friends in the democrat caucus that were warning me. but, you know, that was only the democratic caucus saying something, no one came to me before hand. >> so you actually believe looking at it now that it
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unveiling the 2015 budget and it calls for 59 trillion in spending. it would raise taxes on the wealthy and give tax breaks to poor and middle class americans. it will significantly reduce the size of the military with deep cuts to the defense budget. the proposal pushes health and human services spending over 1 trillion for the first time ever. what does the budget proposal mean for your wallet? we will break it down at 5:40. the first primaries of the 2014 election season are in the books. the elections in the texas area easily solved abbott and davis get their party's nominations. but things weren't quite as simple for the nation's oldest member of congress. 90-year-old republican ralph paul who is seeking his 18th term did not win 50 percent of the primary vote. which forces him nool a may runoff against former u.s. attorney jay ratliff. son of former governor jeb bush won the primary for texas land commissioner. he's expected to win the january election in november. >>> massive crowds celebrating mardi gras in new orleans. this morning the party is dying down because today is ash w
taxed in colorado. and it is generating a huge amount of revenue for the state. so, perhaps they think that if they put cash in people's hands they will go buy pot and somehow that revenue will come into the state. that's the only explanation that i can think of. >> the three legislators who voted for it. i wanted to try to get one on the show maybe tomorrow we will do it. but, look, they have all of these excuses that oh, it's got to be convenient. okay, but you can't ban them from alcohol and then try to promote pot. because, remember, the state gets money from alcohol, too. they get tax money. so all of those arguments fall apart. >> remember, they are against cigarette smoking with all these warnings. >> but they want you to smoke pot. >> there is an interesting case that's going to come up, i think in washington state which is also legalized marijuana. they don't have any pot shops opened yet we suspect in the summertime now that it's legal they will start. we will see if they go down the same path where they will allow access to cash from ebts for the use of pot. so far colorado
country and want nothing more than to pay taxes and contribute to make america better, one of my republican colleagues compared dreamers with drug mules. with disparaging remarks about the size of their calves. and he continues to refuse to apologize for his hateful comments. these kinds of deplorable, intolerant remarks are dividing our country but they should not divide this chamber. they should not prevent a commonsense bill from coming forward. house republicans need to reject the offensive and unproductive rhetoric of some of their members and finally show real leadership on immigration reform . that majorities of republican voters support. the only floor vote that we've even had this entire legislative session on immigration was a vote to defund the deferred action program, to defund the daca program, a vote to deport dreamers, to not allow dreamers to get right with the law and get a provegsal renewable working permit. sadly that amendment passed the house. we were able to stop it, it didn't happen, the program continues, we encourage president obama to extend the program,
in taxes. carl levin said the bank's actions were right out of a james bond field and helped them hide billions from the irs. currently their investigating credit suisse for offshore. >> is it reads like a spy novel. some of those monies into the bank vaults. >> i don't remember the bond film that was specifically about accounting. >>> irs commissioner john cosco will discuss about funds in the irs being aloe indicated including bonuses to employees. he's maintained that bonuses are needed to retain and attract good employees. the commission will also face questions about the agency's accused targeting of tea party groups. >>> president obama is taking his year of action message on the road today. he'll be in st. paul, minnesota, pitching the economic plan spelled out in his state of the union address. the president has been able to focus on transportation issues at st. paul's union depot. announcing new competition, encouraging investments to create jobs and restore infrastructure. >>> today, house democrats are set to kick off their efforts to raise the minimum wage. the president an
and, he wants to pay for half of it with a one-time stream of corporate tax reform revenue, you know, because that's going to pass, and he also wants to announce $600 million in grants from the department of transportation. now to get your hands on that cash proposals need to be transformative, increase access to jobs, there's that focus on jobs, jobs, jobs again and save energy and fuel. meanwhile, back in washington, house democrats are preparing to dust off one of the oldest tricks in the books, the discharge petition to try to force a vote on raising the minimum wage. here to help break down all of this complicated wonderful strategery, imy wail yajimmy wi. how you doing? it's been too long. >> right. >> i love all of this that you can do in the parliamentary process. explain what a discharge position is and is it a good idea? >> it basically says to the minority. hi, here's the deal, if you're in the minority, the democrats, you need to get a certain number of republicans so that we can get to 218, that's the half, that's the number. you have to get half the number of the house
proposed his pet project of an income tax cut. i mean, that's something that requires a lot of belief, a lot of credibility that new jersey can actually afford. he didn't even mention it. and that's something that really appeals to his base. >> you heard from a whole bunch of prominent democrats only after your defeat in that election for governor of new jersey, whether it was the vice president, debbie wasserman schultz, the chair of the dnc, all these democrats, they basically did -- and correct me if i'm wrong -- nothing to help you beat chris christie. do they owe you an apology? >> i think it was a miscalculation on their part. i think people were taken in again, by his cult of personality, but even if you didn't buy into the fact that i could win, which i believe i could have, the fact that there was -- these issues were out there. my campaign drew attention to the fact that this administration was bumbling distribution of sandy funds. we didn't have the money to go up on tv as much as we needed to communicate that message, but we had a very robust online presence and we brought
aimed at jolting the middle class. mr. obama also wants to expand the earned income tax credit. one of the most popular credits for the working poor but a short shelf life. republicans are voicing already their disagreements with many issues. house speaker john boehner says these early details prove the president was never serious in addressing the nation's long-term debt. >>> political news outside washington now. today is primary day in several states which officially kicks off the 2014 midterm season. perhaps, though, the most high profile race of the day is in texas. state senator wendy davis is expected to grab the democratic election for governor. they will see if any way democrats can win in a deeply red state. >>> this morning bad numbers for both parties. nearly 7 in 10 americans say republicans are out of touch with their needs from new "the washington post"/abc news poll put way below markings for democrats. on the issue? democrats hold a slight edge when it comes to helping the middle class and health care policy. voters are split evenly who is best for the economy. all
-barrel shotgun. boom! how they can justify raising taxes on the middle class has been buried the last four years. mom lived in long island for ten years or so. god rest her soul. and although -- wait, your mom's still alive. it is your dad passed. chuck graham, state senator is here. stand up, chuck. god love you. what am i talking about. you cannot go to a 7-eleven or a dunk hyun -- or a dunkin' donuts unless you have a slight indian access. i'm not joking. thank you, dr. pepper. >> those are some of the types of things you'll see in his ads if he runs for president in 2016. >> he laughs about his mistakes. can't we all dohat once in a while, brian. >> he has career advice for women. >> this is about freedom. how many of you are single women with children in a dead-end job? you're there because of your health insurance. you would rather have the opportunity to spend the next couple years with your child until they get -- if that was your choice -- until they get into primary school. you're now trapped in that job because if you leave, you lose your health insurance. now you'll be able to do, ma
likelihood of any significant action. tax reform -- you will see a lot about this and next 48 hours as dave camp, the ways and means committee, unveils a very ambitious bill. lots of interesting features including a little surtax on the wealthy that might go against republican orthodoxy. he talks about maybe even nd income to abo surtax which is a very controversial subject. he would do away with a lot of safer tax breaks, as you know. this is something that has made most republicans very uneasy. they do not want to have attention drawn to anything that controversial. i would say the chances of tax reform this year are at best 10%. i'm being generous to even say that. next year with all ryan as head of the ways and means committee, things could change. then there is immigration. being an optimist who would like to see a bill, i think there is a chance that things could get a little more serious after the primaries. midsummer, when so many republicans are going to look over their shoulder to a right-wing challenger, i think immigration is totally off the table as an issue that could move. mi
kinds of stuff. something about how bankers are accused of helping rich people of dodging taxes. maria, why did you come here? why do you hate cnbc? why? or something like that. >>> plus there's real news today as well. have you seen this video? a school bus driver caught on camera smacking a student with a broom? unbelievable. the rest of the fight and the words from the bus company coming up. >>> the biebs has just dropped a new video. the jailhouse sobriety test. it's going to be great. it's our first look at these recordings, and we'll show them to you in this hour. it's bartiromo wednesday. so let's get to it. >>> happy wednesday to you and first from the fox news des this can afternoon, the united states is telling russia stand down. and warning that it does not need a new cold war c confrontation. it came from the secretary of state john kerry as the russians prepare to show off their military might. a move that has western leaders warning we will be watching. the russian president vladimir putin ordered an urgent drill for troops in western russia. that's along the country's bo
and spends our tax dollars. really? this is what gave rise to the tea party and as we are here today and we think about what we see in washington d.c. we know we still have a lot of work to do. still, we have so many reasons to be excited and today is an exciting day. our movement has become so influential and so good we attract influential speakers like mark levin. [applause] senators mike lee and ted cruz. [applause] congressman jim jordan and michele bachmann. [applause] and at the same tone and we will not lose focus on our members. we wouldn't be here today if it were not for you. let's give you a round of applause. [applause] you want to pursue your american dream. every day you champion freedom. remember in 2009 at the stimulus passed our own kelly had the protests in seattle washington. [applause] shortly thereafter rick santelli had a call to action is that our founding fathers would be turning over in their graves in the out-of-control government spending. he said let's have a tea party and did we ever. eric got us going. rob appel and michael patrick leahy got us talking to conse
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they knew nothing about people using swiss banks to dodge taxes. the hearing coming a day after a senate report that said that americans were hiding as much as $12 million in swiss banks. >> and now the jig is up, you say you can't cooperate because of swiss secrecy laws. those laws don't apply in the united states. you are operating in the united states. >> the bank admits some past misconduct by employees but the executive new nothing about it. >>> georgia debating whether to allow discrimination of gays based on religious beliefs. robert there is a delay in the proceedings, do we know why? >> reporter: indeed. they were supposed to meet in the state capitol this morning. they said they were going to have some provisions to the bill. perhaps they weren't ready to speak about the bill. maybe it's pub back from businesses or maybe it's the outrage they are seeing in arizona. but the bill basically says -- it allows any individual or for-profit company who believe that homosexuality is a sin, to openly discriminate against them by denying them employment or banning them from restaurants o
-earned tax dollars being spent so recklessly and irresponsibly by government agencies. we've recreptly learned that the federal reserve's inspector general opened up an investigation to fipe out why a rep veags to the cfpb's headquarters sty rocketed from $55 million to $145 million in under two years. this reckless waste is one of the most dangerous kinds of government abuse. the american workers' pocketbooks are not washington's a.t.m. machine. the bill before us today provides solutions to these problems with important structural change this is a will place the levers of pow for the a bipartisan panel as opposed to a single director, while subjecting the cfpb to the regular appropriations and oversight processes guaranteeing more accountability. this is an opportunity for us to show the american people that we are committed to restoring the trust in government. by passing these commonsense reforms in a bipartisan fashion we can hold washington more accountable to the people we are supposed to protect. so let's pass this bill and take one step closer to stopping government abuse. aga
marone to be your chief of staff at homeland security that he made personal use of monies from tax-exempt charities? >> i was generally aware of his public testimony. it was highly publicized, and it concerned events 12-17 years ago. i'm more focused on the last five years when he's worked many national security. >> were you aware when he was hired that at one tomb he secured if writing approval for the retention of a private investigator to, quote-unquote, stoop on then-mayor of philadelphia ed rendell? >> as i said, his employment by senator fumo12-17 years ago when he was in his early 20s is a matter of public record. it was highly publicized. and anybody who knows christian marone knows that when he came out of college 12-17 years ago, he worked for senator fumo to. and if you don't, you could pirg that out by spending -- figure that out by spending six seconds on the internet. >> that's exactly my concern, he's been engulf inside a variety of controversy. have you reviewed this e-mail from april 21st, it's back in 19 t 8, but concern about the department must change its practi
the earned income tax credit, one of the most popular credits for the working poor. but the proposal will have a short shelf life. republicans who control the house are also voicing their disagreements with many ideas. house speaker john boehner says these early details prove the president was never serious in addressing the nation's long-term debt. >>> political news outside washington today, today is primary day in several states which officially kicks off the 2014 midterm season. perhaps the most high profile race of the day is in texas. state senator wendy davis is expected to grab the democratic nomination for governor. analysts will be looking at results to see there is any way democrats can win come november in a deeply red state. >>> this morning, there are bad numbers for both parties. nearly seven in ten americans say republicans are out of touch with their needs. this from a new washington post abc news poll that puts the gop well below mark for the democrats. on the issue, democrats hold a slight edge when it comes to helping the middle class and health care policy. voter
to child abuse. a congressional report says 19,000 u.s. customers used overseas banks to evade taxes and defraud the government and the report says the justice department has not pushed swiss bankers hard enough to reveal the names of those americans. those are the headlines this hour. i am john siegenthaler seeing. see you back here at 11 eastern 8 pacific time. soccer for all, a nearly indestrustable ball that let's kids play in some of the roughest places. consider this with antonio morrow is am coming up next. i will see you at 11:00. >> arizona's anti-gayu-gay bill vetoed but a country that receives billions of aid could send gaze to jail for life. should we put moral clauses on foreign funding. the rank and fired why the u.s. army is getting rid of dozens of soldiers. countlessva venzuelans. imagine taking the dog for a walk and coming home with $10 million in treasurer. hello, i am antonio morrow. welcome to "conde
and republicans have argued that the task code -- tax code is riddled with complicate loopholes that make it harder to invest here and encourage companies to keep profits abroad. last summer i offered a proposed -- proposal to couple business tax reform with critical investments in infrastructure. this budget includes that proposal using the transition revenue that will result from a shift to a simpler, more efficient tax code to create rebounding -- jobs rebounding, our roads and bridges and unclogging our communities. because in today's global
plan will cut taxes for 13 1/2 million working americans while expanding the child and dependent care tax credit to help families afford child care. the president's blueprint also proposes cuts to army and national guard personnel. political analysts believe the president's budget is unlikely to get far in congress. >>> a utility worker is recovering this morning after being trapped for four hours in a 14-foot deep trench. three workers were replacing a sewer line in portland, oregon, when a utility trench there collapsed. two workers managed to escape, but the third became buried. they uncovered the trapped man's fay, allowing him to breathe. a team of fire and rescue personnel worked to get him out. finally they moved a hoist into place and were able to lift him to safety. he has serious, but nonlife-threatening injuries. >>> a night to remember for the nba's biggest star, miami's lebron james still wearing that protective mask far broken nose was red hot monday night as the heat took on charlotte's bobcats. james hit shot after shot after shot, finishing with a career high of 61 po
government that consumes and spends our tax dollars. really? this is what gave rise to the tea party. and we are here today and we think about what we see is washing in d.c., we know we still have a lot of work to do. still, we have so many reasons to be excited and today is an exciting day. our movement has become so influential and so big that we are able to attract influential speakers with mark levin -- [applause] senator mike leigh and ted cruz. [applause] congressman jim jordan and michele bachmann. [applause] and at the same time, we will not lose focus on our numbers. we wouldn't be here today if it were not for you. let's give you a round of applause. [applause] you want to pursue your american dream. everyday he championed freedom. remember in 2009, as the stimulus passed, or kelley karen are at the protest seattle, washington. for kelley. surely thereafter, we had a call to action. our founding fathers would be turning over in their graves at the out-of-control government spending. he said let's have a tea party. in did we ever? area code of that is going. rhonda powell and patric
and for -- and formal federal tax litigation attorney for the irs. >> i think they are afraid of michele bachmann. demo that is why you are here today. >> forbes magazine and released the list of 100 most powerful women. michele bachmann is number 20. a michele bachmann is fundraising powerhouse. >> she was doing the tea party thing before tea parties were doing tea parties. she knows what she believes in. need to bring government back to you. that is the government our founding fathers gave us. stand strong, hold them accountable. >> i'm not going away. these well, congressman -- congresswoman michele bachmann. >> good morning. >> good morning. good to see you. good morning. it is so great to see you. are we having a good time? i'm so excited. i just have to let you know a head of time i cannot stay long by the i being audited irs. you know exactly what i am talking about. i am here today to say thank you americawhat you did for is stellar. it was life changing to the lifeblood of this nation. you and the movement we represent took the gavel out of nancy pelosi's hand in 2012. you did that. now imagin
consider that the law's medical twice tax alone is projected to kill as many as 33,000 jobs and that 60% of business owners and h.r. professionals recently surveyed said that obamacare will negatively impact jobs. as member of that group recently put it, "small businesses have an incentive to stay small." -- under obamacare. that's because obamacare can punish businesses that choose to hire more workers. in my home state of the kentucky, the tension between the priorities of the left and the needs of the real people is on full display. that's because the obama administration has trained its sights son somsights on some oft vulnerable people. hardworking minors just want to put food on the table. here's why. because according to the liberal elite's in washington, these folks are standing in the way of their they'r theories. a practical approach that takes the concerns and anxieties of these people into account would promote clean energy even as it acknowledges the real-world biflts of traditional sources of energy. my point is this: the administration has broken faith with the middle cla
, definitely. >> you're right. >> there is no sales tax in this city of portland, except on hotels and car rentals? >> portland, oregon. >> i agree with her. >> i didn't know that. >> yes, it is. this bear shown as a full screen broke into a elementary school south of which portland? >> maine. >> you're the smartest. that's because fred is not here. fred is zoned out. >> wait, wait, i vote that one is oregon. >> and you're wrong. >> again! >> all right. well, anyway, kids, the new season of "portlandia" kicks off tonight". >> thank you, guys. >>> the amazing results of today's "ambush makeover." >> and how three real women are going to get to look in the mirror and say i love myself. >> what does that mean, real women? >> you know, real. not fake. not mannequins. >> right after this. ♪ [ female announcer ] we lowered her fever, you kept the midnight watch. infants' tylenol® reduces fever and pain while being gentle on the tummy. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. infants' tylenol®. after their new artisan grilled chicken ciabatta sandwich goes down, productivity goe
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